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U.M, 31 y.o.
Belgrade, Serbia [Hometown]


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Language practice

Joined 10 years ago, profile updated 2 years ago.

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Reply - Conversation - Jun 24, 2020
learning hebrew must be hard
Reply - Conversation - Apr 9, 2018
"Better" American LOL
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Just returned from Paris , got inspired to improve my French again <3 <-- well hola :p hmm.. i mean salut, i mean privet or not , you must get a lto of messages.. its rare to find someone who has a really nice profile AND nice pictures :p i did send a message.. if you ever wanted to chat.. i could send you a gypsy song but i think we re not allowed to do that on the first message, it can take you to another world :p if you ever want to
so see you
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Recently, I've been reading "El mundo hoy" from Kapuscinski (not avalaible in english); you must have a big knowledge of the century XX facts to be able to enjoy the book, not recommended for the young.

I read too "The mother" from Gorki (its childish made me smile, was like reading a teenager homework, but i was curious)

I read "leaves of grass" from Whitman, and I found it lacking of "punch", great ideas but it was less mind impact maker that french poetry of the age, but after all, it was worth reading.

I also read a bunch press articles from Larra (spanish romantic writer) and it was curious to find out how bad journalists do write today (!)

I read too Sommerset Maugham's "Razor's Edge" and liked it but it was not so perfect as his other masterpiece "Of human bondage" (or at least I felt more identified with this last one)

but mainly I read philosophy essays most ofthe time because I'm tired of other's neurosis and thinking is more challenging (and easy) that get into another's one mind.

What are you reading that is not updated in your profile?
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Was interesting to see how a vowel is "heard" by foreigners. Spanish has only 5 vowel sounds (I think is the language who have least)

By the way, I didnt like Hamsun (and I read Selma Lagerloff too). I find the language artificial and forced (the translation perhaps? tough the book was from a main editor here)

Good luck
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Alehandro Amenobar -> Alejandro AmenĂ¡bar

Could it be?
Reply - Conversation - Jan 24, 2018
Just drop by to say that I love Hebrew and Estonian languages too :D
Hope you will manage to study these two!
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She had to, I gave her no choice
Reply - Conversation - Dec 13, 2017
How are u?
Reply - Conversation - Nov 18, 2017
Hi there!!! Im from Chileee :D
best regards :D
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